Kelowna Pride has released their much anticipated tickets to Canada's only queer wine festival. Kelowna Pride, in partnership with BC Wine, Cider and Spirits Festival, will be hosting OUT in the Valley November 21-24 with a series of events throughout the weekend.
Kelowna Pride's President Blake Edwards is ecstatic to invite members of the LGBT2Q+ and allies to the event:
"This event is for every. We tried to keep pricing reasonable to allow everyone the chance to attend. You can come on a wine tour for as low as $97/day. Buses will be looping around different winery areas as a hop-on hop-off style of event."
Kelowna Pride is also excited that the queerest event for straight people is back. The 4th Annual Sugarplum Ball will be taking place on November 23 as part of OUT in the Valley.
Full line-up of events can be found at kelownapride.com/outinthevalley.
On September 11, Kelowna Pride announced funding they received through the Canada Experience Fund.
Kelowna Pride Society is a non-profit organization that creates opportunities to celebrate, advocate, educate and connect people, respecting the full diversity of the LGBT2Q+ community in Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley region. KPS hosts the popular annual Kelowna Pride Festival (formerly the Okanagan Pride Festival) which draws visitors from throughout the Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada, and the United States.
The Kelowna Pride Society respectfully acknowledges that they operate on the unceded, traditional territory of the Syilx-Okanagan people.
Blake Edwards, Co-President